Tuesday, February 26 at 9pm EST
Join CDA’s Great Lakes Regional Video Chat for a conversation about how to continue the momentum following the historic progress made in 2012. This is an opportunity to collaborate on organizing techniques and share updates from your state federation or College Democrats chapter.
We will meet via Google + Hangout on Tuesday, February 26 at 9pm EST. RSVP here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1C601FvickF4wmTmpEfk1zku45jtxqNgnzDnE2kHF0nE/viewform
The Hoosier Survey shows that 45% support allowing gays and lesbians to legally marry. An identical 45% are opposed to the idea with 10% undecided.
The other findings are also eye-catching. Only 38% support the constitutional ban on gay marriage that will appear on the Indiana ballot in 2014 if the legislature approves it in 2013. Fifty four percent oppose it.
A vast network of grassroots supporters is what carried Barack Obama to the White House in 2008, and that same kind of activism is exactly what the DGA needs to help elect Democratic governors in 2012.
Randy Johnson had a good job making quality paper products at Ampad in Marion, Indiana. But when Mitt Romney and his partners bought the plant, everything changed.
Romney Economics: Job Loss and Bankruptcy at Ampad
Learn more: http://www.romneyeconomics.com
With American Pad & Paper (Ampad), Mitt Romney and his partners took a small but successful paper products business and merged it with other companies in the industry, piling up debt as they went. Ultimately, the company was unable to keep up with the interest payments on its debt and was forced into bankruptcy, but not before Romney and his partners were able to squeeze out more than $100 million for themselves.